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EP 232: Total Rethink: Why Entrepreneurs Should Act Like Revolutionaries with David McCourt

In business, and in life, everything is changing fast, apart from how we behave. Our ways of thinking have changed very little since we lived in agricultural and industrial societies, but the problems we now need to solve are entirely different. David McCourt shares some solutions.

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EP 231: The Mom Test with Rob Fitzpatrick

Rob Fitzpatrick is author of “The Mom Test, How to talk to customers & learn if your business is a good idea when everyone is lying to you”
His book details how customer conversations go wrong and how we can do better.

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EP 230: The Corporate Startup: How established companies can create successful innovation ecosystems with Dan Toma

There is now more pressure on established companies to innovate. The challenge most companies face is how to develop new products for new markets, while managing their core business at the same time. 

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EP 229: Be Less Zombie: How Great Companies Create Dynamic Innovation, Fearless Leadership and Passionate People with Elvin Turner

Elvin Turner goes behind the scenes of some of the world’s most innovative companies and decodes the tools, hacks and approaches that help their managers systematically spark ingenuity, agility, and profitable creativity at scale.

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Be Less Zombie: How Great Companies Create Dynamic Innovation, Fearless Leadership and Passionate People with Elvin Turner

More agility. More energy. More genius.

Why do some companies always seem to have the best ideas, the most engaged people and the most profitable growth?

Based on 10 years of research, today’s book goes behind the scenes of some of the world’s most innovative companies and decodes the tools, hacks and approaches that help their managers systematically spark ingenuity, agility, and profitable creativity at scale.

It presents a pragmatic ‘how-to’ guide for any team or organisation that needs to adapt its culture, processes, leadership and decision-making for an age of increasingly unpredictable and rapid change.

We welcome author of “Be Less Zombie How great companies create dynamic innovation, fearless leadership and passionate people” Elvin Turner

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EP 228: Create the Future and the Innovation Handbook: Tactics for Disruptive Thinking, Jeremy Gutsche

In our era of AI, rapid change, disruption, and possibility, there are so many great opportunities within our grasp. However, smart, successful people consistently miss out. Their capabilities are limited by seven traps, and they rely on and repeat past decisions.

EP 226: CLEVER: The Six Strategic Drivers for the Fourth Industrial Revolution with Alessandro Lanteri

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here. As emerging technologies like AI and blockchain become ubiquitous, they will unleash unprecedented levels of disruption.

CLEVER: The Six Strategic Drivers for the Fourth Industrial Revolution with Alessandro Lanteri

As a business leader, you need to make decisions that set your company up for success, now and in the future. The challenge is In this fast-changing world, the rules of strategy are being rewritten and the go-to solutions you once relied on are no longer enough. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here. As emerging technologies like AI and blockchain become ubiquitous, they will unleash unprecedented levels of disruption.

Drawing on his broad global experience, our guest delivers the essential guide to strategy for this new era. His CLEVER Framework will help you understand the deep strategic drivers of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, reflect on how they affect you and your business, and respond effectively.

If you’re ready to fulfil your potential as a leader and create a future-ready business, it’s time to get Clever.

We welcome Alessandro Lanteri, the author of CLEVER: The Six Strategic Drivers for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Communication: How to Connect with Anyone with Gill Hasson

Innovators need to communicate their concepts.

Organisations have 5 generations working together in the workplace.

We must be able to respectfully challenge ideas.

This is why I asked our guest Gill Hasson to join us.

Every day, you have the opportunity to interact with people in different areas of your life; in public, at work and at home, with colleagues and clients, with friends and family.

Your ability to exchange ideas and opinions with other people, understand their thoughts and feelings, their point of view and solve problems between you depends on how effectively you’re able to communicate.

But being understood, and understanding others is not always easy! 

Communication is a dynamic, complex process, influenced by all the complexities and differences in human motivation and behaviour. Communication: How to Connect with Anyone will help you connect with others, build friendships and develop better relationships with colleagues and clients, friends and family.

Todays episode shares what we need to know to develop empathy and rapport with others, and feel confident about communicating with a diverse range of people.